Had an extensive and fruitful interaction with a delegation from the film and entertainment industry.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 18, 2018
The delegation spoke about the strides being made by the film and entertainment industry, and gave valuable inputs relating to GST for their sector. https://t.co/ulQMtxTJQj pic.twitter.com/n4Dn38EJLr
Would be great to have female representation in these delegations. It is 2018. https://t.co/HoxGbptgwX— Alankrita Shrivastava (@alankrita601) December 18, 2018
Looks like the womenfolk from the film and entertainment industry seem to have nothing worth sharing with the PM of the country. Maybe all the harassment, casting couch, pay gap, misrepresentation and sexism must have been addressed already? https://t.co/cea12BkMCN— Calling Out Stalking (@CallOutStalking) December 18, 2018
As always, aghast to see that the Hindi film industry team meeting the PM is an ALL MALE team. Unbelievable. We have senior women directors, actors and producers. Where are they?@AzmiShabana @TheFarahKhan @meghnagulzar @gaurikhan— Meera Harish (@meeraharish) December 19, 2018
What say, @BDUTT of these manels? https://t.co/DOPmQPdyzB
And these superstars only speak about women empowerment when their move is all set to release. No women from film industry? Much wow https://t.co/D9S20eTdu0— SVETA MISHRA (@Whysoliberal) December 19, 2018
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